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Juice and Sauce Definitions

Juice

A fluid naturally contained in plant or animal tissue
Fruit juice.
Meat braised in its own juices.

Sauce

A flavorful liquid or semisolid condiment or mixture of ingredients served as a topping or other accompaniment to food.

Juice

A bodily secretion
Digestive juices.

Sauce

Stewed fruit, usually served with other foods.

Juice

The liquid contained in something that is chiefly solid.

Sauce

Something that adds zest, flavor, or piquancy.
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Juice

A beverage made from fruit juice or fruit-flavored syrup that is often combined with sweeteners, water, or other ingredients.

Sauce

(Informal) Impudent speech or behavior; impertinence or sauciness.

Juice

A substance or quality that imparts identity and vitality; essence.

Sauce

(Slang) Alcoholic liquor.

Juice

(Slang) Vigorous life; vitality.

Sauce

To season or flavor with sauce.
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Juice

(Slang) Political power or influence; clout.

Sauce

To add piquancy or zest to.

Juice

Electric current.

Sauce

(Informal) To be impertinent or impudent to.

Juice

Fuel for an engine.

Sauce

A liquid (often thickened) condiment or accompaniment to food.
Apple sauce; mint sauce
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Juice

(Slang) Funds; money.

Sauce

Tomato sauce (similar to US tomato ketchup), as in:
[meat] pie and [tomato] sauce

Juice

Alcoholic drink, especially liquor.

Sauce

Alcohol, booze.
Maybe you should lay off the sauce.

Juice

A substance, such as a steroid, taken to enhance performance in an athletic event.

Sauce

(bodybuilding) Anabolic steroids.

Juice

A usually flavored liquid prepared for use in an e-cigarette or similar device.

Sauce

(art) A soft crayon for use in stump drawing or in shading with the stump.

Juice

(Slang) Racy or scandalous gossip.

Sauce

(dated) Cheek; impertinence; backtalk; sass.

Juice

To extract the juice from.

Sauce

Vegetables.

Juice

To drink alcoholic beverages excessively.

Sauce

Any garden vegetables eaten with meat.

Juice

To take a steroid or other substance to enhance athletic performance.

Sauce

To add sauce to; to season.

Juice

(uncountable) A liquid from a plant, especially fruit.
Squeeze the orange and some juice will come out.

Sauce

To cause to relish anything, as if with a sauce; to tickle or gratify, as the palate; to please; to stimulate.

Juice

(countable) A beverage made of juice.
Iā€™d like two orange juices please.

Sauce

To make poignant; to give zest, flavour or interest to; to set off; to vary and render attractive.

Juice

(uncountable) Any liquid resembling juice.
Moo juice

Sauce

(colloquial) To treat with bitter, pert, or tart language; to be impudent or saucy to.

Juice

(Scotland) A soft drink.

Sauce

(slang) To send or hand over.

Juice

Liquor.

Sauce

A composition of condiments and appetizing ingredients eaten with food as a relish; especially, a dressing for meat or fish or for puddings; as, mint sauce; sweet sauce, etc.
High sauces and rich spices fetched from the Indies.

Juice

(informal) The liquid that is used to submerge a substance kept in a container
[[sauerkraut juice (the brine in a jar of sauerkraut)

Sauce

Any garden vegetables eaten with meat.
Roots, herbs, vine fruits, and salad flowers . . . they dish up various ways, and find them very delicious sauce to their meats, both roasted and boiled, fresh and salt.

Juice

(slang) The leftover liquid of some wet or damp substance.
Dumpster juice (liquid which oozes out of garbage dumpsters)

Sauce

Stewed or preserved fruit eaten with other food as a relish; as, apple sauce, cranberry sauce, etc.

Juice

Vitality, strength.

Sauce

Sauciness; impertinence.

Juice

Political power.

Sauce

A soft crayon for use in stump drawing or in shading with the stump.

Juice

Petrol; gasoline.

Sauce

To accompany with something intended to give a higher relish; to supply with appetizing condiments; to season; to flavor.

Juice

Electricity.

Sauce

To cause to relish anything, as if with a sauce; to tickle or gratify, as the palate; to please; to stimulate; hence, to cover, mingle, or dress, as if with sauce; to make an application to.
Earth, yield me roots;Who seeks for better of thee, sauce his palateWith thy most operant poison!

Juice

Steroids.

Sauce

To make poignant; to give zest, flavor or interest to; to set off; to vary and render attractive.
Then fell she to sauce her desires with threatenings.
Thou sayest his meat was sauced with thy upbraidings.

Juice

Semen.

Sauce

To treat with bitter, pert, or tart language; to be impudent or saucy to.
I'll sauce her with bitter words.

Juice

The vaginal lubrication that a female naturally produces when sexually aroused.

Sauce

Flavorful relish or dressing or topping served as an accompaniment to food

Juice

The amount charged by a bookmaker for betting services.

Sauce

Behave saucy or impudently towards

Juice

Musical agreement between instrumentalists.

Sauce

Dress (food) with a relish

Juice

(transitive) To extract the juice from something.

Sauce

Add zest or flavor to, make more interesting;
Sauce the roast

Juice

(transitive) To energize or stimulate something.

Juice

To take a performance-enhancing drug.

Juice

Alternative spelling of Jew's (used in certain set phrases like juice harp)

Juice

The characteristic fluid of any vegetable or animal substance; the sap or part which can be expressed from fruit, etc.; the fluid part which separates from meat in cooking.
An animal whose juices are unsound.
The juice of July flowers.
The juice of Egypt's grape.
Letters which Edward Digby wrote in lemon juice.
Cold water draws the juice of meat.

Juice

To moisten; to wet.

Juice

The liquid part that can be extracted from plant or animal tissue

Juice

Energetic vitality;
Her creative juices were flowing

Juice

Electric current;
When the wiring was finished they turned on the juice

Juice

Any of several liquids of the body;
Digestive juices

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